In this month's 'Shop the Look', I share some inspirational photos on how you can incorporate some of the new vintage pieces I just listed into your home. Check out these styled up spaces featuring similar vintage pieces to those I have for sale. You can see how a vintage piece or two can add beauty and character to a vignette, dining room, shelves, or table top.
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I'm preparing the shop for vacation before I temporarily close on Thursday, June 25th. I had a blast styling four vignettes with various pieces available for sale in the shops on Etsy and Chairish that if you order by Tuesday, June 23rd, I will ship on later than Thursday, June 25th. And with that I bring you the vignettes - Tropical Glam, Guy's Game Night, West Palm Beach, and Chinoiserie Chic. Which is your favorite?
Vignette #1 : Tropical Glam
Vignette #3 - West Palm Beach
1. Crane Print (email if interested) 2. Vintage Culver Valencia Decanter & Wine Glasses
Vignette #4 - Chinoiserie Chic
I don't know about you but I'm having a hard time coming to terms that Mad Men ends tonight. The show which features big ego characters at a Madison Avenue advertising agency set during the 1950's-1960's has rejuvenated a fascination with all things mid-century modern. You can't pick up an interior design magazine today without seeing a swanky bar cart. It was a staple during the Mad Men era and without the show, don't think we'd see such a following for them as we do today.
Each week I am transfixed on the show's set to see what similar pieces I have for sale or sold from AnthologyHouse. Be it an ice bucket, barware, or a coffee table I can proudly say that I've sold the same piece that has been featured on my favorite TV show.
And you can still get some Mad Men inspired decor in the shop including a pair of vintage cane chairs, mid century table lamp, Fred Press cheese board, vintage ice bucket, and brass swan planters. All have been marked down to celebrate the end of Mad Men. Here's to you Don Draper!
I'm a big proponent that by mixing high and low pieces and vintage with new, you can pull together a space that is a reflection of you. By featuring meaningful pieces, a high end table or chair, and a mix of vintage and new accessories you will give your room a well collected look that is warm and inviting.
One of my favorite retailers that features well priced home decor is Target and their Nate Berkus and Threshold collections offer great pieces that can be incorporated into the home at a reasonable price. Above are some of my favorites that exude a luxurious vibe and with the right mix of old and new, can tie together a high glam room.
If you have a favorite piece you've purchased from Target for your home, I'd love to see how you incorporated it into your space. And better yet, if you have a style shot of how you mix high and low pieces featuring a Target piece with a vintage decor item you purchased from AnthologyHouse, I'll share it on the blog.